Equipment Coolers

Large Enclosure Coolers operate in environments up to 200°F.
Equipment Coolers

Large Enclosure Coolers operate in environments up to 200°F.

To protect sensitive electronics from hot, dirty locations, Dual High Temperature Cabinet Cooler® Systems purge and cool electrical control panels with air as cool as 20°F in environments up to 200°F. Incorporating vortex tube that cools compressed air without use of refrigerants, devices provide cooling capacity up to 5,600 Btu/hr and keep large enclosures at ±2Â-ºF...

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DENSO Develops It First EGR Cooler for Gasoline Engines

DENSO's EGR Cooler is 30 percent smaller than others in the market KARIYA (Japan) - In an effort to meet stricter fuel efficiency and exhaust emission regulations worldwide, DENSO Corporation has developed its first EGR cooler for gasoline engines. The newly developed EGR cooler is 30 percent smaller than the smallest one currently available on the market, while offering equal performance. As OEs...

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Purge Solutions, Vortex Cabinet Cooler Systems Designed for Hazardous Area Installation and Use

For applications where thermal management of electrical cabinets and control panels is required in hazardous areas; Purge Solutions offers Continuous Operation or Thermostat Controlled Vortex Cabinet Cooler Systems, which can provide cooling capacities to meet your application requirements and maintain a NEMA 4 or 4X (IP66) rating. Continuous Operation Vortex Cabinet Cooler Systems can be used to...

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No Fouling Risks Radiator Cooling System Designed by Trantech Radiator Products
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No Fouling Risks Radiator Cooling System Designed by Trantech Radiator Products

The Kennecott Radiator Retrofit Kennecott Copper, known originally as the Utah Copper Company, began on June 4, 1903 to mine and process low-grade copper ore found in a mountain in Bingham Canyon, about 25 miles southwest of Salt Lake City. Most experts of that day said the company would never make money-the ore grade was too low, only 39 pounds of copper per ton of ore. Steam shovels began...

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Hamilton Sundstrand Ready for Boeing 787 Entry into Service

PARIS - PARIS AIR SHOW - Hamilton Sundstrand Corporation, the largest system supplier to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, has been actively supporting Boeing's flight test program and is ready to support the airplane's entry into service (EIS). The airplane's first delivery to All Nippon Airways is slated to occur in the third quarter. Hamilton Sundstrand is a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp....

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Emergency Fuel Pool Cooling System provides stand-alone backup.

When off-site electrical power or emergency diesel power is not available, Emergency fuel pool cooling system (EFPCS) removes decay heat from spent fuel pool during site emergencies. System consists of permanently installed, primary cooling loop inside reactor building or spent fuel pool building and mobile, secondary cooling loop stored off-site and located outside reactor building. This reduces...

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Liquid Coolers provide heat dissipation for power modules.
Equipment Coolers

Liquid Coolers provide heat dissipation for power modules.

Available for wide range of common module cases, Liquid Coolers provide heat dissipation capacities up to 6,000 W. Units are fastened to heat sink by means of screws, and mounting surfaces are precisely milled. Threaded holes for fastening modules are provided according to customer's specification. In addition to standard heat sinks, modifications and customized versions are possible.

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Cabinet Cooling Control minimizes compressed air use.
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Cabinet Cooling Control minimizes compressed air use.

CE-compliant digital ETC(TM) (Electronic Temperature Control) Cabinet Cooler® System keeps electrical enclosures cool while minimizing compressed air use. By maintaining constant temperature in electrical enclosure slightly under max rating of electronics, control permits just enough cooling for electronics without going so cold as to waste compressed air. Models for 120 or 240 Vac are...

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Cabinet Coolers are designed for electrical enclosures.
Equipment Coolers

Cabinet Coolers are designed for electrical enclosures.

Cabinet Coolers provide way to purge/cool electrical control panels by circulating cold air to eliminate heat damage and control shutdown. Installed through electrical knockout hole, CE-compliant, UL-listed units convert compressed air to cold, 20°F air without refrigerants or CFCs. Cooling capacities up to 5,600 BTU/hr are available. Compact devices include compressed air filter to keep...

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Pipe Coating Firm for Oil & Gas Industry uses Vortex A/C(TM) Electrical Enclosure Coolers to Solve Space, Heat, Airborne Contaminant Issues
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Pipe Coating Firm for Oil & Gas Industry uses Vortex A/C(TM) Electrical Enclosure Coolers to Solve Space, Heat, Airborne Contaminant Issues

Vortex Tube technology reduces cost vs. conventional air conditioners while delivering superior protection in harsh environments Panama City, FL, February 2010: Large diameter steel pipe powder coating firm EB Pipe Coating, Inc. solved persistent maintenance, cost and protection performance issues it experienced with conventional air conditioners by replacing them with the new Vortex A/C(TM) from...

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